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Nvidia’s cloud gaming service arrives on LG TVs

 

Nvidia’s GeForce Now app for LG TVs has exited beta, the graphics card manufacturer announced today. The cloud gaming service was released in beta last November for select LG televisions and lets you stream games off Nvidia’s servers bought on stores like Steam and the Epic Games Store.

If you’ve got a compatible 2021 LG TV, you can download the GeForce Now app from the LG Content Store. To celebrate the launch, Nvidia is offering six months of GeForce Now’s Priority tier free with qualifying LG TV purchases between February 1st and March 27th.

Although it’s previously been possible to access Nvidia’s streaming service on the Nvidia Shield, being able to access the service directly from a TV itself is a much more streamlined solution. Naturally, it’s also the cheaper option if you’re someone who doesn’t already own Nvidia’s set-top box and don’t fancy plugging another GeForce Now-compatible device into your TV.

Alongside the official launch of the LG TV app, Nvidia also says it’s rolling out new resolution upscaling options to GeForce Now. These are designed to make up the difference when your streaming resolution (determined by your network’s bandwidth) is less than your display resolution. There are now three upscaling modes: “standard,” which is on by default, “enhanced,” which offers better quality at the risk of adding latency, and “AI-enhanced,” which offers the best upscaling quality but is only available on the Nvidia Shield or PCs with select Nvidia GPUs. As well as upscaling, the feature can also downscale content when your display resolution is lower than your streaming resolution.

Nvidia also has a handful of new games coming to its streaming service this week: Mortal Online 2, Daemon X Machina, Metro Exodus Enhanced Edition, Tropico 6, and Assassin’s Creed III Deluxe Edition.

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This part made me laugh "Although it’s previously been possible to access Nvidia’s streaming service on the Nvidia Shield, being able to access the service directly from a TV itself is a much more streamlined solution. Naturally, it’s also the cheaper option"

 I paid a lot of money for your "Smart TV" i could have paid less than half the price for a normal TV and a Nvidia Shield.

Now you are saying that my expensive LG TV is not even compatible with this Nvidia app and i now need to buy another LG TV just to use this app........ Please explain how that is the cheaper option?

I have had nothing but problem after problem with my LG TV. They have actively downgraded my TV and stopped support for anything useful, you can not even update Chrome or change to anything other than the three worst search engines. I have about half a Gig of onboard memory.... for everything. The app store is a disgrace. I can not stream without the TV closing down to "save memory" i have constant problems with pages loading, the list is endless. 

I made a promise to myself that i would never fall for the LG BS and ever buy another LG TV.

 

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